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Those rambunctious kids are back in school and back in trouble in a smash sequel to the 1978 worldwide hit. Corey Feldman leads a rock and roll rally at Ronald Reagon High, but must triumph over the evil plans of the school's fascist principal, Vadar, who wants to halt the school dance and run their school like a prison.Written by
Concorde - New Horizons (with permission).
While a couple of characters returned from the original film, they are played by different actors in this one. Only Mary Woronov returned, and while it is assumed that Doctor Vadar and Evelyn Togar may be the same person, it's never clearly stated and neither McGree nor Eaglebauer recognize her. See more »
Theme From Hawaii Five-O
Written by Morton Stevens
Published by CBS Entertainment Inc. (EMI April Music Inc.)
Performed by The Ventures
Courtesy of EMI, a division of Capital Records, Inc., by arrangment with CEMA Special Markets See more »
The movie that describes high school, Rock N' Roll
Rock N' Roll High School Forever is what describes high school in real life, rock n' roll. When I first saw this movie which was then that I don't remember, I loved it. I loved the part at the end when Jesse makes Doctor Vadar chase him inside the school in her car and even goes after Jesse's sweetheart teacher, Rita, and then she drives her car somewhere (I haven't seen the movie in a while so it's hard to remember) and it blows up. Well, the school's smoking while everyone gets out. Soon, the whole school blows up. I especially like the part when Mag, Jones, and Namrok have to take a drug test and they have little bottles of apple juice and they use that instead of urine and then they shout out loud "Hey, this is not my pee." They switch cups and keep on telling them it's not their urine until they sniff theirs and then drink it. Oh, man, I died laughing at the looks on the two guys faces who was passing out the cups. About my reason why this movie describes high school, well, if you go to one like mine, it ROCKS. Everyone knowing each other, everyone having a good time, a bunch of girls getting it on with their boyfriends, druggies, (I'm not saying that's a good thing, it's just that that's what the movie and my school have in common) and a whole lot of parties. The only difference is we don't have a mean enough principal like Doctor Vadar. Plus, watching this movie made me want to get into high school, and now I am and I want to thank the movie for telling me what high school is all about. The only bummer is that I don't have Comedy Central and that's the only channel these days that the movie comes on, darn it. I want to have that movie on tape and my brother and I will have a heck of a time watching it. If you haven't seen it, then get off your country and classical music butts and watch some rock n' roll.
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